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Best Science Experiment Kits For Kids

Updated on November 13, 2014

Sceince Kits For Kids That Love To Experiment

When one of my sons started to show a great interest in science we started to do more science experiments as a family. Not knowing where to start, we found kids science experiment kits to be the best option. While there was a few kits we tried that we would recommend there are several we loved and will probably do again when my youngest get a little older.

The Best science experiment kits for kids are not drawn in to make them learn every thing about science, but they are there to make kids more interested in science. They take a cool subject that a kid is interested in a let them learn more about the science in the subject.

We have done many science experiments as a family. One of the first ones that I remember was building a small rocket and having them try different ways to make the rocket go higher. This project has been completed for years and they still talk about it.

Best Solar Experiment Kit - Best Science Experiment Kits For Kids

I have always been in to using solar energy and other alternative energy. Doing little experiments like these are away of teaching my kids about alternative power, It makes it fun for them and they have a more understanding of how electricity and power work to make things work. I also try to talk to them about reasons why alternative energy is important and will become more and more important in time.

The Magic School Bus: Solar Energy to the Rescue
The Magic School Bus: Solar Energy to the Rescue

Become part of Ms. Frizzles' classroom, explore the greenhouse effect, collect real carbon dioxide, recreate global warming in a bottle, use a solar panel to spin a fan, make a solar secret code, design solar spinners, watch solar energy inflate balloons, and much, much more!

 

Best Rocket Experiment Kit - Best Science Experiment Kids For Kids

If you have boys that are not into science yet give the rocket experiment a try. Playing and building rockets are simple but it can be very educational.

Scientific Explorer Meteor Rocket Kit
Scientific Explorer Meteor Rocket Kit

Blast off with a high-flying rocket that you build, fuel and then launch many times! This incredible rocket is powered by vinegar and baking soda, making it 100% safe and non-combustible.

 

Best Robotic Science Kit - Best Science Experiment Kits For Kids

My boys just love robots and to build them their self is just a dream come true to them. This kit is a tad more pricey then I usually use but because of the sure size of the kit it can be used over and over again. So in my book it is money well spent.

Thames & Kosmos Remote Control Machines
Thames & Kosmos Remote Control Machines

Build your own motorized vehicles and machines and control them with a wireless remote control unit. A unique six-button infrared remote allows you to control three different motors simultaneously, moving each of them forward or in reverse, with easy-to-activate touch sensors.

 

Science Wiz Light Sticks Kit For Kids - Best Science Experiment Kits For Kids

What kids do not like to play with light sticks. My kids are always playing with the light swords in the toy aisles when we go to the store, so I think this experiment will really get there minds turning.

ScienceWiz / Light Experiment Kit
ScienceWiz / Light Experiment Kit

Build, explore and discover the wonderful world of light. Your aspiring scientist will have a blast learning the facts and fundamentals of light behavior. Conduct tons of mini-experiments: bounce and bend light, split and spin color, mold lenses, construct a kaleidoscope, box a camera, capture a shadow and make a simple microscope.

 

Fun Chemistry Experiment Set For Kids - Best Science Experiment Kits For Kids

This is the first chemistry kit my boys got. My son that is interested most in science got it for his birthday along with a micro scope. He spent the next several days doing little experiments the kit suggested. It was a blast, his favorite was creating volcanic irruption and making jiggly wiggles.

Scientific Explorer My First Mind Blowing Science Kit
Scientific Explorer My First Mind Blowing Science Kit

This Science Kit comes with about everything you need to complete each experiment within the kit. Its fun and no one needs to be a science genius to understand the experiments. Its a great kit for beginners that already have a strong interest in science.

 

Best Science Experiment Kits For Under $10 - Best Science Experiment Kits For Kids

For ten dollars you can not go wrong. These little science experiment kits are great fun for the family and can be bought and saved for the right time. I always put a few away to save away until there is a rainy day or the if the boys seem bored. I also like to use them as treats for doing something awesome like getting straight A's on a report card or accomplishing a major goal.

Cheap science experiments are also fun to do during sleepovers or when their is a family gathering. Everyone gets involved and everyone has fun.

Geyser Tube with Caps
Geyser Tube with Caps

Create an enormous geyser by combining candy with soda. The Geyser Tubeª allows you to load the Mentos¨ candies and safely disperse them into the soda bottle.

 

Cool Science Experiments Kids Can Do At Home From Things Around The House

Sure science kits are fun and easy to use for kids looking to experiment with science but you do not have to buy a kit to have fun. There are many science experiments that can be done at home without buying anything extra.

My kids has gotten many science kits and have had lots of fun with them, but once the kits are done they do come away with skills and knowledge of those type of experiments. So once you start having done a few kits do not be surprised to see you kids looking around the kitchen or home for things to make their own experiment work.

What Kind Of Science Experiments Do You Do With Your Kids At Home? - Have you used family science experiment kits as a way to spend quailtiy time with your kids

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      Science experiment kits helps learning Science in a fun way.

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